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EDNA MAY CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
EDNA 7MAY CEiNTRAL. During the. month of January, th9 Edna May Central treated 2725 tons of ore for a yield valued at £4362. The expenditure including outlay on development and plant, was approxi mately £3674, leaving a nett surplus of £688. The' returns since January, 1915, are summarised below: - rTated,. Value To'tal tons. yield. Mile costs. January ...... 2015 £2080 6 1335 Vebruary , 1981 1864 127$ March... ... ...2100 1885 1 April .. O; ..- 2077 .1700 May... ... .. ... 1916 1528 1 June .. .- ... 1821 1428 17 July .. .... ; 2028 1705 1 Aug. ... ... ... 2028 1982 1 Sept. ......... 2225 2381 1 Oct... ...... 2250 2463 909 Nov. ...... ... 2155 1913 1ilL Dec....... ..... 2300 2200 19i3 1916. January ... ... 2312 ?681 1891 February "".... 2567 4755 26(8 March ... ... ... 3023 4468 2761 April ......... 2904 4088 2665 Mav ...... ... 2881 4756 2811 June- ...... ... 2835 3822 2885 July ....... .. 2905 3377 2689 Aug. ... ..... 2960 4770 2905 Sept. ... .. ...2700 4595 309? Oct. ......... 27...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
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WESTONIA. Westonia, Feb. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
WESTONIA. ' Testonia, Feb. 1. Some months ago Jim Comini, Jack Young, and Walter Mattey opened up a quartz reef to the south ward of the Soak; and owing to the excellence of their early pro. spects many areas were pegged in the vicinity, and hopes ran high. Down to a depth of 21 ft. the pro. spectors obtained handsome results, but unfortunately missed a continu. ance of the make of stone, the reef cutting off suddenly. Recently "Bob" Smith, a "lone hand" prospector of these parts, elected to give the abandohed lease further trial, and to-day he ar rived in Westonia with some ex cellent stone, carrying coarse gold. His many well-wishers hope. that "Bob" will succeed in locating a payable b6dy at depth, but at pre sent it is, of. course, asomewhat.early to predict anything- regarding the discovery: A few chains away the Spencer Bros. are carrying out a systematic exploitation of the lease on which they recently obtained an eight-ton parcel, worth 1 oz. 8 dwt. to the ton; and still fur...
GOLD MINING DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
GOLD MINING DIVIDENDS.. The sum of £131,260 was paid dividends by West Australian go? mining companies during December, making a total of £632,883 for the year. The dividend-paying mines were: Per Total for Total to Share. 12 mos.Dec. 30. £ £ Bullfinch "..... 6d. 11,904 101,182 Edna May...... 36/ 77,130 227,105 E.M. Central... 3/ 8,874 8,874 G. Horseshoe... 5/ 75,000 3,292,500 Great Boulder. 3/ 282,500 5,008,890 Ivanhoe......... 10/6 105,000 3,528,750 algurli ...... 5 30,000 1,585,500 Mararoa ....2/ 10,OOQ 140,000 Menzies Cons. 6d. 5.600 10,800 Sons of Gwalia 2/6 40,625 1,022,8q 8, Kalgurli ... 6d. 6,250 168,1.
LONDON METAL EXCHANGE. Melbourne, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
LONDON METAL EXOCANGE. Melbourne, Feb. 3. The Australian Metal Exchange re.orts London Metal Exchange middle quotations of. February 2 as follows :'-Copper, best seleoted, £141 10/ per ton; tin, standard, spot, £199 7/6; do., 3 months, £200 12/6; copper, standard, spot. £134 9/; do., 3 months, £130 5/; copper, electrolytic, £143 10/; lead, soft, foreign, spot, £30 10/; do., for ward, £29 10/; spelber, spot, £53 15/; do., forward, £51; silver, stan dasd, 3/1 5-16 per oz.; do., fine, 3/4}. The quotations for February 1 were the same as -for February 9, with the following exceptions: Tin, standard, spot, £195 7/6; do., a months, £196 7/6. The averages for January were;- Copper, standard, spot, £131 16/8 20-23d. per ton; do., 8 months, £127 16/8 20-23d; oopper, electrolytic, £141 1/3 i5-23d.; lead, soft, foreign, mean spot and forward, £30; apel ter, mean, spot and forward, £48 8/3 8-23d.; tin, . standard, spot, £186 .6/3 15-23d. do., 3 months, £187 13/5 15-9?d.; silver, standard, per o...
THEFTS FROM PARCELS Adelaide, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
THEFFS FROM PARCELS Adelaide, Feb 7. Complaints having been made to the railway authorities of thefts from parcels at the railway station, Port Adelaide, steps were taken to catch the offender. In consequence a railway porter, Herbert Alfred Clyford Whitehead, appeared before the Port Adelaide Police Court on Wednesday, charged with the unlaw ful possession of two ladies' dresses, a blouse, and four pairs of children's socks. He pleaded guilty. The sub-inspector said that the defendant, a railway porter, had access to the parcels office at the Port Adelaide station. On various dates during last month,. packages entrusted to the railways as lost luggage or parcels in transit had been found to have been broached and contents extracted. Enquiries had been instituted, and the assis tance of the police was sought. De fendant. when interviewed, admit ted having broached packages and taken articles therefrom. The sub inspector said that a charge of lar ceny was also to be preferred -agamet...
BROAD ARROW WARDEN;S COURT. Broad Arrow, Feb. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
BROAD ARROW WARDEN'S COURT. Broad Arrow, Feb. 10. Before the Warden (Mr. W. A. q, Waiter) yesterday at the sitting of the Broad Arrow Court, t'ae fol lowing applications were heard : Prospecting areas granted 813W, F, Steadman and T. Duirs, 18 acres at Grant's Find; 804W, F. Hall and party, 9 acres at Padding ton, for asbestos; 807W, T. Green away and S. Hollibone, 18 acres at Broad Arrow ; 808W, A. E. Taylor, 9 acres at Siberia 814W, John jtokes, 18 acres at darnage; 812W, V. A. Underwood, 18 acres at Smithfield for asbestos; 815W, M. J. Fox, 9 acres at Credo; 816W, C. A. Underwood, 1$ acres at Credo; 817W, Ramsey and Black man, 18 acres at Ora Banda; 810W, J. F. Larsen, 9 acres at Credo. The application by T. B. M. Quedenfeldt, for P.A. 811W, 9 acres at Bardoc, was postponed to sitting of the next court. Applications for goldmining leases were granted to Messrs. Borland and Rudd, No, 1799W, 12 acres at Broad Arrow j Messrs. Williams and Crawford. 6 acres at Carnage. An application...
MT. IDA MINES. Perth, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
MT. IDA MIRl ES. Perth, Feb. 9. Mr. G. Foley, M.L.A., states ait those tfo prolific producers at Mt. Ida, the Unexpected and Unexpect ed South, which were damaged by flood water about 18 months ago, are to be given another chance, as a strong syndicate has been. formed, principally in Menzies. It is intend ed to sink a new shaft in a central position to a depth of 500 ft. A start has been made with the erec tion of poppet heads and general equipment. The syndicate intends to open the upper 'levels whilst sink ing is proceeding, Late in January representatives o the syndicate waited on the Minis ter for Mines with a request for ai pound for pound subsidy from the Mines Development vote. Mr. Foley is backing up the appllcaition, as the property is worth re-opening and the syndicate is deserving o0 asistance. He is confident the Min ister will favourably consider the proposition,
A WESTONIA OPTION REMARKABLE TELEGRAM TO MANAGER. "INCORRECT IN EVERY DETAIL." Westonia. Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
A WESTOHIA OPTION REMARKABLE TELEGiRAM TO MANAGER.. "INCORRECT IN EVERY DETAIL." Westonia, Feb. 9. On Sunday last Messrs. D. Dool ettc, A. L. Hay, and Williamson, motored across from Bullfinch and sampled the Pertha M. property, which is under option to the Edna May Junction Oo. On Thursday, Mr. W. H. Collins, who is superin ternding operations on the Pertha M. lease on behalf of the Junction Co., received the following telegraphic message from Perth :-"Dooolette's sampling: eighteen inches, 10 oz.; eight feet, 30 dwt.; balance pay able. Highly delighted." Mr. Collins, evidently believing the correctness of the information contained in the message, handed the telegram to your correspon dent for publication. The writer, beforte making use of the message, telegraphed to Mr. Doolette for con firmation, and received the follow ing reply :-"Wire incorrect in every detail. Warn you against using my name' in connection with this property."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
1,"2UERiUPflON$ iealed by Cuticura Trial Free i irl broke out a rash tah S1ovtrher baogy and legs. She . Rc tch the rash until it bled and Sj little eruptions. The skin to and inflamed. Hier clothes ?ri.I.tp her dread(fully and we bandaes on hetr at times. . used tq read n the paper about P! who htdd ried Cuticura oap and ti .ejt f ad cured themselves, so we .cled k ytho?m. In two weeks the p4ioniW re all gone and the rash has Siettejt*je her a ain." (Signed) S' J|e o i ar , 2 Oberon Ave., ton : Acugut 7i 91?;. so post1 w b 2-p . i eanse &l 01 r5 Pere _Stpýpo :iR * *h ~ !w
IVANHOE GOLD CORPORATION. Diamond Drilling. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
IVAM?.OE GO.LD CORPORATION. Diamond Drilling. Tihe aoting mananor reports dIat the third boreh'1e ' roin the 362G ft. level is riow down 212 ft. Lode material was met with in the Ibore between 174 and 196 ft., bein equal to 11 ft. in width. The former measurement is equtivalent to 70 ft. east of shaft and depth of 3770 ft. from surface. At 75. ft. east of shaft, 5 ft. of the lode . material essayed 7/3 per ton, the balaroc traces. Frcnm 196 ft. to 212 ft. the drill is in porpbhyry.
LONDON METAL EXCHANGE. Melbourne, Feb. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
LONDON METAL EXCHANGI. Meibourne, Feb. 8. The Australian Metal Exchango reports London Metal Exchange middle .quotations of February 7 as follows:--Copper, standard, spot, £127 5/ por ton; do. 3 months, £133 5/; GoCpor, electrolytic, £144 .10/;f lead, soft, foreign, spot, £30 10/; do.,- forward, £29 10/.; spelter, spot, £.5 5/; do,, forward, £52- 15/; tin standard, spot, £201 2/6; do.. 8 anothss; 202 2i!; Bilhfr, tMndard, per oz., ;?/i; do., fine, 4/4ý
ELSIE MAY G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
ELSIE MAY G.M. The Boulder Syndicate which is working the Elsie May G.M., about 500 yards S.E. of the Golden Ridge mine at Waterfall, appears to have a valuable property. To date the following returns have been obtain. ed from parcels of ore crushed:- 14 tons for an average of 6 oz. 12 dw,,. per ton; 11 tons for 2 oz. per ton:; 54 tons for 35 dwt. per ton; 74 tons for approximately 2 oz. per ton; 35 tons for 15 dwt. per ton; 100 tons for a total of 102 oz. 0 dws.. the sands assaying 8 dwt. 12 gr. These crushings were taken out in" the course of development work from a lode 8 ft. in width. The main shaft is down 100 ft., and it is proposed to sink to 200 ft.
NEW BODDINGTON G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
S'EMW. BODDINMTON G.M. Tie manager of New Boddington reports, under date February '8: "Have struck Boddington's lode in crosscut at 300 ft. level. Bored 3 ft. into reef; value about 1 oz." The absurd extent to which the recent gold find near Sunny Cor ner, N.S.W., was boomed becomes apparent now that the dispassion ate report of the Chief Inspector of Mines is available. In the first message telegraphed over it was stated that "in a report to the War den: the successful prospedtor de scribes the 'stone as going up" to 100 oz. to the -ton.'' The in~peotor states in his 'report:-"About two months ago the prospectors proceed ed to sink a shaft upon a 'narrow Squartz vetm in the bed of a cre'e. Shortly after work had been com menced, rich gold-bearing quartz was encountered, and several hue ketsful of' rich quartz specimens have saiiee been obtained. - . On ,he' north-western side' of :the -shaft the reef is 6 in. wide, and oh the south eastern 'side it has thinned d' wt
EDNA MAY CONSOLIDATED IMPROVEMENT IN VALUES. Melbourne, Feb. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
EDNA MAY COrSOLIDATED IMPROVEMENT IN VALUES. Melbourrne, Feb. 8. When the Stock Exchange met this moiiing, the reason was dis closed for the heavy puichasing of Edna May Consolidated shares ion the previous day, and the consequent rise in values. by the following tele gram from the mine manager: "Middle reef; Good improvement in values in drives off wine ; souith east drive, 30 dwt. over width of a ft. ; no. walls showing. North-west drive, 14 dwt. over 5 ft.. wide; foot wall only showing 105 ft. level." An explanation was- received from the company to the effect that the mine manager's telegram was despatched from Westonia at 11.16 a.m. on Wednesday, or, allowing for the difference in time between West and East, at 1.16 p.m., and did not reach Melbourne until 6.32 p.m. It was delivered at the company's of fice this morning. The telegram was sent at ordinary rates, and the pertinent question 'was raised in the room. Why was not an urgent message sent from the mine to the legal manag...
COMMODORE G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
COMMODORE G.M. CO. Manager's report to Feb. 7 :-Mac quarrie Option.--During the past month we have driven 23 ft., total 200 ft. For the first =9 ft. values averaged 10/, and for the last 14 ft., 18/ per ton. Crosscut east at 250 ft. south extended 27 ft.; first 9 ft. averaged 9/, and the last 18 ft. aver aged 16/ per ton. Stoping over a width of 13 ft.; values, 21/ Wini ing 7 ft., values 9/.
PROGRESS REPORTS. LEONORA GOLD BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
PROGRESS EI GRTOS. LEONORA GOLD BLOCKS. Report for week ending February 2, 1917: 200 ft. Level.--East drive adva cced over a width of 36 in. No. 2 riso width of 36 in. 300 ft. Ievel.--Eaust drive advan to 183 ft. Face assays 45/ over a a width of 30 in. 400 ft. Level.-No. 1 rise advan ced to 18 ft. Face assays .0f over a width of 36 in . No. 2 rise advanced to 44 ft. Face asraye 38/ over a width of 30 in. Plant.-The erection of plant is proceeding smoothly.
STATE POLITICS Perth, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 13 February 1917
STATE POLITICS Perth, Feb. 9. There is much dissatisfaction among the Centralisation and Coun try party members with Mr. Wil son's tactics. They hold that the original blunder was his grasping for office when he ousted Mr.. Scad dan. Then followed continual mis takes, not keeping his financial pro mises and introducing party meat sures when non-contentious matters were required by the circumstances. The Premier has now beepn com pelled by these members to jettison all the bills before the House, be cause they presented an ultimatum to 'him. Before anythine more was done with them, their financial un dertakings must be honoured and economies effected, even if econo mies in certain directions were. only obtainable by amending the .Publio Bervice Act. Certain other Centralisation mem bers opposed this latter action for ' they, beli $h f _ro the t n e9 tain whispers that reached their car, that, if they countenanced retrench. ment, men in sympathy with the civil servants will oppose the...